Jeff Ledbetter is back with Nauticos Team

Jeff Ledbetter is back with Nauticos Team

One of the best foreign basketball players on the Team Nauticos will be back for the next season playing against Rayos de Hermosillo on April 18 & 19. Jeff Ledbetter from Brea, California, was one of the most significant figures during the last Nauticos championship, and will be back in Mazatlan looking forward to winning the championship one

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A sad weekend for Mexican soccer

A sad weekend for Mexican soccer

Mexican soccer fans mourned a weekend without Sunday matches after referees refused to officiate in protest against the league’s decision to not impose tougher punishments on two players who shoved officials. The sports newspaper Record published a banner headline Sunday that read “We are going to miss you!” It carried the subtitle: “A sad weekend without the MX

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Tom Brady Jersey found in Mexico

Tom Brady Jersey found in Mexico

Working with the FBI “and other law enforcement authorities” the NFL said they recovered the jersey from the Super Bowl 51 victory over the Falcons last month and also the Super Bowl 49 victory against the Seahawks in 2015. The items were found in the possession of Mauricio Ortega, who was the Director of Mexican newspaper

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Bumper ball?

Bumper ball?

The Bumper Ball 2017 Tournament seeks to promote sport with the young population as a new and fun way to exercise. 32 teams of high school students will be participating. 30% of them practice a conventional sport regularly and this new sport is directed at the remaining 70% get interested in taking on a a health-related activity.

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Mazatlan’s Triathlon is coming soon!!

Mazatlan’s Triathlon is coming soon!!

The 2017 Pacific Triathlon in Mazatlan will take place March 18, starting at the Fisherman’s Monument at 6:30 am. The triathlon will have 1000 participants in 3 different categories: Kids, Olympic (4 hrs) and Sprint(2 hrs). Winners will advance to the Rotterdam World Triathlon in September. Further information and entry forms for the event can be found here. The

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No pushover at Mexico Championship

No pushover at Mexico Championship

Dustin Johnson thought he had the altitude allfigured out. He made four birdies on the back nine at Chapultepec Golf Club and was 2-under par at the turn, right about where he was expected to be in his debut as the No. 1 player in the world at the Mexico Championship. The first hole was

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Mexico’s Diaz gets exemption into WGC-Mexico

Mexico’s Diaz gets exemption into WGC-Mexico

Roberto Diaz  has secured a spot in next week’s WGC-Mexico Championship.  The Official World Golf Ranking lists him as  highest-ranked player from Mexico. Diaz, who played college golf at the University of South Carolina-Aiken and now competes on the Web.com Tour, is ranked 472nd in the world. He lost in a playoff last week at

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Mexico and Puerto Rico to play for Caribbean Series title

Mexico and Puerto Rico to play for Caribbean Series title

Mexico is back in the Caribbean Series championship game. On Monday night, Mexico’s Aguilas de Mexicali edged Cuba’s Alazanes de Granma, 1-0, to advance to the title game against Puerto Rico on Tuesday at Tomateros Stadium. The home team will have the crowd and momentum on its side. A team from Mexico has won the

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Go, Aguilas!!

Go, Aguilas!!

Mexico’s C.J. Retherford hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs, and teammate Jason Bourgeois hit two triples to lead the Aguilas de Mexicali to a 7-2 victory over the Dominican Republic’s Tigres de Licey in Thursday’s night game at  Tomateros Stadium. Mexico catcher Sebastian Valle hit a walk-off grand slam off Pedro Rodriguez

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Caribbean Series Opening

Caribbean Series Opening

February 1st was the opening ceremony of the Caribbean Series, which will be held at the Tomateros Stadium in Culiacan from February 1st to 7th. Governor Quirino Ordaz  welcomed teams from Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Venezuela and the local team Águilas de Mexicali. Julio Cesar Urias, from Higueritas Culiacan and L.A. Dodgers player since

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2017 Culiacan Caribbean Series

2017 Culiacan Caribbean Series

Culiacan will receive international recognition during the the 2017 Caribbean Series. The Tourism Secretary, Culiacan’s Mayor, tourism service suppliers and business chambers are ready to welcome thousands of local and international visitors from February 1st to 7th who will witness the most important LatinoAmerican baseball series. The Tourism Promotion Board obtained 1 million pesos to promote the Caribbean

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Mexico fined over fan chants-again

Mexico fined over fan chants-again

Mexico has been fined again for the chants of their supporters, this time for homophobic chants at the match vs. the United States last month and FIFA continues to look into another similar incident. FIFA assessed a US$20,000 fine on Monday on the Mexican Federation for “improper conduct among its own group of spectators”. The chants were identified

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6th edition of Ciclotour

6th edition of Ciclotour

1,470 cyclists participated in Mazatlan’s annual Cyclotour. Inaugurated six years ago, the tour covers either 75 or 140 kilometers through the city of Mazatlan and surrounding towns.  The Organizers of the event donated 76 bikes to young students  from La Noria and Recodo. These kids have to walk several kilometers just to get to school. The starting line

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Kenyans dominate 2016 Pacific Marathon

Kenyans dominate 2016 Pacific Marathon

Kenyans once again ran away with top place finishes in the 2016 Pacific Marathon completed in Mazatlan today. Sinaloa’s Governor Mario Lopez acted as the official starter accompanied by Mayor Carlos Felton and Antonio Toledo President of the Pacific Marathon. The race started at 6:15 am led by disabled athletes  and were followed by the rest of the

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Baseball Ceremony

Baseball Ceremony

The magic of baseball is the key to success and happiness – that is how Juan Jose Hernandez’s defines his life briefly. Hernandez won 15 medals at National competitions (9 gold, 3 silver and 3 copper) and Pan-american championships. He is named as the Sports King and he is a proud Sinaloan. In a recognition

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